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Light copies i already changed the control board but it still produces light copies.. it is using the same power voltage as before.. it used to produce clear copies until suddenly the copies became light.. is already cleaned the small glass which can be pulled out near the drum but the copy is still light..

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The optics need to be cleaned also. If you are tech savvy, then there are two screws that hold down the glass on the right side of the top of the copier. lift up the glass, power must be off. then with a soft cloth, wip the mirrors that you can see. Other wise the corona wires will need to be cleaned in side the copier.

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